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this is deja vu news live from berlin syrian rebels shoot down a russian warplane and it left problems with egyptian ears on social media claiming to show remnants of the crash the pilot's a parachute sit down but was killed in fighting on the ground we're going live to murder in iraq for the latest also coming up in. a drive by shooting spree initially leaves at least six people were just the interior minister says it was most cases by racial hatred a twenty eight year old italian man is now in custody. and scientists discover an
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ancient mayan says he had an underground modern jungle it's ruined suggesting millions more people and they've been in the region than previously thought. i'm john good to have you with us. militants have claimed responsibility for killing a russian pilot after shooting down his fighter jet over syria's northwestern edges province russia's defense ministry has confirmed the incident and has said it's already launched retaliation strikes on the rebels. who somebody from at the moment a column of smoke marks the place where the russian war plane came down its pilot was able to persia to the ground but not to safety. russia's defense ministry says he died in a fight with militants it's not clear whether the rebels tried to capture him well
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there's nothing like. a little work well out of the plane came down enough village south of the city of. i'm very sure a little our brother rebels and locals quickly gathered around the wreckage to celebrate their victory learn what. a reporter well known in the arab world was also there. how do you mean a lead no i had to watch. the people here call this kind of war plane the machine gun because of the heavy guns of carries. the ball is a difficult it attacks roads and cuts them off to stop cars from moving. you going to. allow the plane was a sukhoi twenty five a single seat jet designed to attack targets on the ground. a jihadist group linked to the former syrian branch of al qaeda says one of its fighters hit the russian
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warplanes with a portable anti-aircraft missile and one of the that's not been confirmed but russian officials say they promptly launched an airstrike on the area killing at least thirty militants. we'll have more on the story now we're joined by journalist lodge near fun village in bourg who is following the events in syria from air bell in the capital of the iraqi. what is the latest from syria can you tell us well there are some reports that the syrian army did a long shiny new offensive in the area but at the same time there's also reports of strong russian strikes on the road twenty minutes before not. just russian seems to be blaming the u.s. this is not new because also in the beginning when i read it was a mortar strike on a russian base by rebels and also russia blamed the u.s. . now this incident is obviously going to impact the conflict in the region how do
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you think it's going to turn events well there in the beginning there were sort of agreements by by russia iran and turkey about about it lip deescalation zones but recently the fighting has increased and it is that the shooting donald this russian jet. has cleared this conflict in the libyan war or it could lead to opposite to more talks between russia and turkey to to find a solution for is it lip but most likely violence will continue there is just so many different parties involved in the war in syria was exactly is russia trying to achieve in a province well one of the main goals of russia and syria is to support a government of bashar al assad so what they want to achieve in italy opposed to the treaty the rebels there or at least a large part of them so that's why the conflict this increasing there at this
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moment because russia is supporting assad to try to take over most of the areas back to the syrian government ok thank you very much fatima fun they'll come back for talking to us initially at least six people have been injured in a drive by shooting in the city of my karata all of the victims were foreigners a twenty eight year old italian man is now in custody the country's interior minister says that the suspect had neo nazi and fascist ties and was motivated by racial hatred. a victim of the drive by shooting on his way to hospital. he's one of six african immigrants who police believe was targeted in a racist attack that shocked italy the suspect opened fire in eight areas of much of our in a two hour terrorist spree one of the injured describes what happened was possible
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to get. to know. some of the injured was standing in front of this bakery the owner says she's shaken by the violence with the road to a shot right through the window of my bakery i'm really not well something like this isn't easy for someone of my age i need to leave. today twenty eight year old italian look a trainee has been arrested in connection with the shooting he said to be politically active with the anti migrant northern league it comes just days after a nigerian migrant was arrested following another violent attack near matcher after the dismembered body of an eighteen year old italian woman was discovered outside the city the italian prime minister has condemned the violence. let's
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stop it let's stop it right now hatred and violence will not succeed in dividing us . people will stay close to the institutions and the shared values of the republic sunni. there rick. but with the elections next month this shooting has drawn attention to one of the biggest issues in italy immigration . researchers have discovered remnants of a massive my in society follow the jungle and northern guatemala find tissues in new mapping technique to find patterson's of hidden structures a suggest that millions more people lived in the region that previously tossed at discovery are calling a sensation. the fast rain forest canopy conceals an ancient world. researchers have once again delved into the jungle kingdom of the mayans
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this time equipped with twenty first century technology and what their aerial mapping has revealed is breathtaking. huge structures that will likely teach us new lessons about the mayan civilization. what's wonderful about this. is the scale of its twenty one hundred square kilometers so we're seeing these patterns not just in individual myositis but over these bassed region must just a perspective that we haven't had before and so the jungle is actually preserving the totality of this ancient civilization. the technology uses lasers that allow researchers to effectively peer through the overgrowth structures they found far more than expected around sixty thousand million structures. it's become clear that only a fraction of the remnants of the ancient culture have been unearthed. like the
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ruins. archaeologists now have their work cut out for them they want to better understand how this civilization lived before suddenly disappearing around one thousand years ago. researchers have discovered pyramids streets and canals. they now believe that as many as ten million people may have lived in what is now northern guatemala. three times as many as scientists had thought. of civilization who secrets have been preserved by the rain forest. the stories making news around the world. democrats have today.
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days for overtime talks if they're successful it will move germany a step closer to a continuation. having along that he had assaulted her he. tried to expose himself to her in a hotel room after they worked. women have accused. and it's kind of all time well almost thousands of people are celebrating pre carnival in rio de janeiro this weekend a street parties are called block goes and are formed by groups of friends or neighbors as an alternative to the big turnabout celebrations which kicks off next week. and thousands of nationalists protesters in corsica are calling for more freedom for the french and their demonstration took place three days before
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a planned visit by french president and money. protest organizers are seeking more autonomy from paris but they stopped short of calling for full independence. on the city of san louis anthony once known as africa's venice for its canals is getting forty million euros to protect it from coastal erosion french president a minimum of announced the package and ash repairing damage from comet change fronts will provide a further twenty five million euros to renovate its from burning buildings. meanwhile here in germany the country's two biggest political parties are on the homestretch as they try to hammer is a deal to form a new coalition government chancellor angela merkel's conservatives on the social democrats hope to conclude their talks this weekend if they're successful it will move germany a step closer to a continuation of the grand coalition that's go over in germany since twenty thirty . negotiating teams meeting in the conservatives berlin headquarters say they
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made progress on environmental issues and energy policy the ago bans in some cities have not been ruled out but the new government will try to avoid the measure and they'll be no more limits on renewable energy. costs this is our goal is to quickly increase renewable energy and aim for a realistic reduction of greenhouse gas emissions without making the end of fossil fuels a central part of our policies and in the realistic up see what is. while negotiators also reported compromise in agricultural policy a new dispute surfaced in housing the conservatives want to encourage home ownership while the social democrats want to focus on renters. it globalist you and your lover for them on the conservative still cling to the idea that the market can
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regulate everything we say the market doesn't regulate anything and it's up to the state to make sure renting a home stays for the. time is running out but politicians involved in the negotiation say they remain optimistic. i think all the participants in these talks have a strong desire to bring them to a successful conclusion. officially the goal is to wrap up the negotiations on sunday if that doesn't happen the parties have set aside two extra days for overtime talks. a dog in thailand has become an internet sensation after he lost his front legs in a terrible acts of abuse he found new owners who had high tech press desk made for him and he's become a loyal four legged friend with a difference. meets code also known as blade runner because of his prosthetic limbs he looks like a happy child now but he was a victim of human cruelty
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a neighbor in bangkok knocked off his front legs with a sword for chewing a pair of shoes. so this new owners felt an immediate connection with him. my wife who is also a double amputee of course heard about cole i'm so wanted to meet him so we went up to bangkok it was love at first sight. koehler came back down with us. and then since then gills prosthesis who make her legs. who made her legs also cold and decided to make him better legs. the custom made carbon fiber blades a similar to the ones used by paralympic athletes. and to the ones worn by john's wife joe when the sawyer dog foundation posted a video of code online it got more than eight million views is
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a pub in the bond between jail and cola this double amputees was just incredibly moving. it's hope that cola story will inspire other amputees. both man and his best friend. you're watching t w new stay with us. begins with the first step and every language with the first word emerged in the. journey to learn german and.


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